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As Hidden Valley Dragway battens down the hatches for the oncoming Wet Season, the venue crowned their 2017 Track Champions after another successful season.

Wet season has started for 2017 so drag season ceases until the Dry Season 2018 commences

Lightning cracks over the Top End ahead indicating what lays ahead for the next few months in Darwin.

Modified Eliminator winner Dwight Breffies

The Top Eliminator championship was won by Dwight Breffies tough Pontiac.

Super Modified winner Ashley Smith

Super Modified winner Ashley Smith

Ashley Smith has been doing some travelling with his Pontiac and also earned himself the Super Modified championship trophy.

Modified Bike winner Mark Tattingham

In Modified Bike it was Mark Tattingham securing the title.

Super Street winner Shaun Boyer

Shaun Boyer's twisting Gemini took out Super Street for the 2017 season.

The Abel Family with their clean sweep of trophies

The Abel Family with their clean sweep of trophies

Aiden Abel won a fierce Abel family war in Junior Dragster - the Abels clean-sweeping the awards.

Street Car winner and Grand Champion for 2017 with the highest piont score of all competitors from all divisions Justin Neck

Justin Neck not only won the Street Car title but was also Grand Champion of the season accumulating the season high points tally.

Street Bike Winner Andrew Reid

Finally in Street Bike, Andrew Reid was to good for everybody aboard his Hayabusa.

Volunteers of Hidden Valley Drag Strip

Volunteers of Hidden Valley Drag Strip

The hard working track volunteers were recognised for their effort over the season.

best presented Modified Eliminator Bronte Henning selected by Craig Radcliffe Action Sport Photography

Bronte Henning's Corvette picked up the Best Presented trophy in Top Eliminator.

best presented Modified Bike Heath Costello selected by Craig Radcliffe Action Sport Photography

Heath Costello grabbed the Best Presented Bike.

best presented Super Street Gavin Pocock selected by Craig Radcliffe Action Sport Photography

And Gavin Peacock's Falcon Ute claimed the best presented Super Street machine for the season.

Photos courtesy of Craig Radcliffe Photography, and racing will return in to the Top End track in 2018 with the calendar to be released soon.